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#HimToo: Academia has mixed reaction to Raya Sarkar's list of naming and shaming sexual harassers

It has had its share of criticism and it's share of appreciation but what do the students and teachers who belong to the system think about this list.

Published on 26th October 2017
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Academic experts seek complete reopening of schools as many can't access online lessons

The experts pointed out that classes 10 and 12 have been fully open for a month and there have been no spike in COVID cases as authorities were following strict hygiene measures

Published on 28th January 2021
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After almost 50-day delay in appointment, Sudhir Krishnawamy takes charge as NLSIU's new VC

Prof Krishnaswamy completed his graduation in BA LLB from NLSIU in 1998. He has been a Teaching Fellow in Law at the Pembroke College at Oxford University

Published on 26th September 2019
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Amrita, KIIT, VIT make it to UGC's Institutes of Eminence list. Full list here

Unlike last year, this year, the University Grants Commission has released a list of 10 private and 10 public institutions

Published on 3rd August 2019
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Azim Premji University announces admissions for undergraduate programmes to commence in 2021

Azim Premji University offers a diverse student cohort; need-based scholarships (full or partial waiver) and extensive academic support

Published on 2nd December 2020
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Azim Premji University creates online booklet listing govt relief measures for COVID-19. Check it out here

The booklet has been created by a group consisting of faculty, students from various schools of studies and post-doctoral fellows at Azim Premji University

Published on 9th April 2020
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Bengaluru's Azim Premji University announces admissions for undergraduate programmes 2020

The university was established under the Azim Premji University Act 2010 of Karnataka Govt. Azim Premji Foundation, the sponsoring body set it up as a fully philanthropic and not-for-profit entity

Published on 10th March 2020
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Do you know which is the oldest tree in India? Ask these two tree hunters!

Seema Mundoli and Harini Nagendra talk about what went into their book Cities and Canopies: Trees in Indian Cities and why everyone must read it

Published on 3rd July 2019
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Goodbye, Mister Grammar Nazi: Why being obsessed with grammatical accuracy is not the best idea 

This is what transpired when Dr Albert P'Rayan started a conversation on grammar and communication on Facebook. He made a few provocative statements and the following discussion ensued  

Published on 13th September 2020
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Govt announces tentative RRB exam dates after aspirants storm Twitter with over 1 crore tweets

The students were aiming at getting out 1 crore tweets on the platform in the hope that the authorities will listen to them and they finally succeeded

Published on 5th September 2020
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Here's how the Gubbachi Learning Community is empowering kids of migrant workers in Bengaluru

Transforming the life of migrant labourers' children is the only motto of Gubbachi Learning Community and that is what they have been doing in Bengaluru for more than five years 

Published on 6th September 2020
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Here’s how this Bengaluru-based foundation’s gamified workbooks are making govt school children ‘sporty’

The objectives of fitness and exercise are achieved through this programme titled Race Around India launched by Sportz Village Foundation, which is based out of Bengaluru. Check it out and be amazed

Published on 26th November 2020
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How Karnataka's Mitti Cafe served over 6 lakh meals to the homeless during COVID-19 lockdown

Mitti Cafe has plans of expanding to Chenna, Mumbai and Hyderabad. We find out how they have been dealing with the Coronavirus pandemic and more

Published on 20th January 2021
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Indians do not have easy access to funds deposited by govt during COVID, says survey

The government might have transferred funds but accessing them is a herculean task for an illiterate rural Indian. I-CARD's data throws up a lot of insights into just how deep the issue is

Published on 17th June 2020
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Institutes of Eminence: Here's why Ashoka, Krea, Aligarh Muslim varsities did not earn the tag

As per the government guidelines, certain factors were considered in identifying the institutions, one of the most important being an institute's global ranking

Published on 3rd August 2019

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